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Welcome to Nevada eGrants

This e-grants system allows you to search for traffic safety grant opportunities in OTS, submit and track your application, and manage your grant electronically. Applicable grant projects will seek to improve traffic safety in your community.
 
These grant funds are dedicated to non-infrastructure safety-related improvement projects (e.g. education, enforcement, equipment, etc.). 

FY20 grant opportunities are available beginning 01/22/2019, and are due by 03/08/2019.  

Those grant applications that reference strategies in Nevada’s Strategic Highway Safety Plan (SHSP), that provide local data that support a priority problem area, and exhibit proven countermeasures will receive priority consideration. 

The Office of Traffic Safety announces the opening of its traffic safety project proposal period for the 2020 grant year.  The Office of Traffic Safety is seeking projects that address the following priorities: 
  • DUI Enforcement
  • Court Monitoring Programs
  • DUI Courts
  • Drugged Driving Data Collection
  • Law Enforcement Agency Phlebotomist and/or eWarrant programs
  • Employer Based Traffic Safety Programs
  • Data System enhancements to improve traffic records
  • Teen Driving/marijuana and substance use
  • Occupant Protection education and research: Adult and child seatbelt and car seat use
  • Community child safety seat check events
  • Tribal communities traffic safety programs
  • Motorcycle safety for drivers and riders
 
A Letter of Interest can be submitted for projects that address these needs by logging in, and clicking 'view opportunities'

 
Grants Administration Manual
Detailed Guide for Submitting an Application
Are you eligible?
Letter of Interest
Countermeasures that work


Training Resources:
Program Development 101


For Nevada e-Grants assistance, please contact Shelley Fleming at 702-432-5080 or sfleming@dps.state.nv.us.  For other questions, please email tsafety@dps.state.nv.us.
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